Malaysian architect pushes limits of green building

Skyscrapers can go green, says Malaysian architect Kenneth Yeang, renowned for his work in sustainable building. Although skyscrapers typically swallow 30% more energy on average than other buildings, Yeang suggests that being "green" requires examining the whole building process, from materials extraction to the transportation of people to and from the building.

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